Big news! Transport department canceled the registration of more than 50 lakh vehicles, now action will be taken on running

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 Transport department New Rule: This is the highest number of cancellations of registered vehicles in a year. To curb vehicular pollution, the Transport Department is cracking down on polluting vehicles.

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New Delhi. So far this year, the registration of more than 50 lakh vehicles has been canceled by the Transport Department in Delhi. According to official data, vehicles that have been deregistered include diesel vehicles older than 10 years and petrol vehicles older than 15 years. Vehicles whose registration has been canceled can no longer ply on the roads of Delhi.

If such vehicles are caught walking on the roads, then they can be seized. This is the highest number of cancellations of registered vehicles in a year. To curb vehicular pollution, the Transport Department is cracking down on polluting vehicles. According to the data, registrations of 53,38,045 vehicles have been canceled between 2018 and 2022, of which 50,25,447 vehicles have been canceled till October 17 this year.

The Supreme Court had imposed a ban In 2018, under an order by the Supreme Court, a ban on the plying of 10-year-old diesel vehicles and 15-year-old petrol vehicles has been banned in Delhi.

The vehicles whose registrations have been canceled include 46 lakh petrol vehicles older than 15 years, 4,15,362 diesel vehicles older than 10 years and 1,46,681 petrol and CNG vehicles. There are only about 1.34 crore registered vehicles in Delhi till January 31, out of which more than 78 lakh have been classified as active vehicles by the transport department.

Active vehicles are those vehicles which have valid registration. According to a report by the Transport Department, these vehicles have not yet completed their life cycle and are fit for plying on city roads. Meanwhile, the national capital has increased its Air Quality Index (AQI) for the third consecutive day on Tuesday and there is no possibility of any improvement in the next six days . The 24-hour average AQI of Delhi has been 241 at 4 pm. It was 254 in Ghaziabad, 258 in Faridabad, 216 in Greater Noida, 258 in Gurugram and 242 in Noida.

 

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